Over 9400 at quarantine centres discharged | Daily News


 

Over 9400 at quarantine centres discharged

As of yesterday, a total of 9,443 persons who had been quarantined at quarantine centres that are operated by tri forces had completed their quarantine period and returned to their homes, according to yesterday’s daily report of the National Operation Centre for the Prevention of Covid-19.

Another 3,058 persons are still in quarantine at 34 quarantine centres run by the tri forces.

According to the National Operation Centre for the Prevention of Covid-19 statistics, as of yesterday, (17) there were 508 Navy personnel who had tested positive for the Coronavirus. Of them, 191 persons had made a full recovery and have been discharged from hospitals after having undergone PCR tests. Another 317 Navy personnel are receiving treatment at various hospitals around the country.

Sixty two persons who had completed their quarantine period at the Pampemadu (31), Galle Police building (7), Nipuna, Boossa (6), Kanthale (14) and Mihinthale (4) quarantine centres operated by the Tri Forces, were released yesterday (17). They were subjected to the PCR test before sending them home.

Meanwhile, another 69 Sri Lankans arrived in the country last evening from Bangkok on a Maldivian Airline flight Q2 – 9351. They were sent to military operated quarantine centres for 14-day quarantine period.


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